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Kundalini Yoga Cat Pose for Fighting Fear by Katie G. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:36pm Anxiety Tip of the Week July 14, 2008 This is a Kundalini Yoga technique that I found on the website On the website are a variety of free yoga and meditation techniques. As always, before you start any exercise program check with your primary care physician. Fear Fighting Yoga Cat Technique Practice Details: a. St ... Read on »
“What Happens In A Kundalini Yoga Class?” by SharStarr Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 10:31pm “Keep the teachings as given. Each kriya is whole unto itself, a perfect jewel that acts to create a flow. [Kriyas] are perfectly designed sets meant to produce predictable and subtle impacts on the total Self.” ~ Yogi Bhajan Kundalini Yoga is more than just exercise to stimulate the body. This yoga moves energy! KY is all about having ... Read on »
Finding Kundalini Yoga Online by Diane C. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Sep 2010 6:02pm Happy Yoga Month everyone! Unfortunately, when I started my yoga journey, there was no Yoga Month. I had little in the way of yoga awareness, so I had to unleash my curiosity and hunt around for information. I read books, attended workshops and conferences, searched for popular classes, studios, and teachers, and kept an open mind in regards ... Read on »
“Top 5 Questions About Kundalini Yoga!” by SharStarr Posted Mon 27 Sep 2010 10:09pm As a Kundalini Yoga Teacher, students approach me everyday with questions about this unique and beautiful yoga. Thanks to all of you who have shared your thoughts so freely with me! Your open curiosity provides me with confirmations and “a-ha” moments about this yogic path of self discovery, soul searching, healing, and awakening. To help w ... Read on »
Expert Q and A: New to Kundalini Yoga by My Yoga Online Posted Thu 22 Sep 2011 9:53am Question: I'm a little new to this.  I did hatha yoga years ago, not much recently.  After trying out a few different things, I've really found something I love - Kundalini yoga. Is Kundalini yoga safe for relative beginners?  I also tend to have tense neck and shoulders.  Sometimes I modi ... Read on »
Kundalini Yoga – A Happy-Healthy-Holy Way to Stay Well by Alison A. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 02 Mar 2010 12:00am As we flow through our first week of another Yoga90 Challenge, I’m called to write about a style of yoga I stumbled upon in my first 90-days a few months back. It’s kundalini—the oldest form of yoga, and the foundation upon which all forms and styles were built. Living in Boulder, Colorado, “the yoga capitol of the west”, I’ve had some ... Read on »
“Uncoil Your Consciousness: What You Need To Know About Kundalini Yoga!” by SharStarr Posted Sat 19 Jan 2013 10:08pm When dormant, Kundalini energy is coiled like a serpent (kunda means coiled) at the base of the spine. Kundalini is a healing force for renewal, inner and outer evolution, and transformation. The key to uncoiling your consciousness lies in activating this powerhouse within you. Here are  five things you need to know about Kundalini! 1. Wha ... Read on »
Yoga and Your PC Muscle by Diane C. Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Oct 2009 10:00pm The PC muscle is the poor stepchild in yoga class -- way behind the abdominals, psoas, quads, trapezius, biceps and triceps. Of course there is Mulha Bandha, which puts the yoga practitioner's attention in the PC zone. Being that PC muscle strength contributes to everything from enhanced sexual experience to improved bladder control to enhanced ... Read on »
partner up! by Joni Patient Expert Posted Fri 10 Feb 2012 1:45am 1 Comment valentine's day is one of those hallmark card days when couples bend over backwards trying to find new and inventive ways to spend quality time with each other -- at home, in a restaurant, or maybe even in the great outdoors. of course, there's no reason why that bending over backwards can't be done in a yoga studio, which is why more and more ... Read on »
Using Yoga to Stay Healthy and Stress Free by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 08 Aug 2010 7:38am Yoga For Exercise and Stress Relief Downward Dog, sun salutation, shooting bow, half moon, cow face- these are all yoga poses. Yoga is becoming the exercise of choice for those looking to de-stress and increase their physical and spiritual health. According to a 2008 Yoga Journal study, there are a reported 16 mil ... Read on »